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St. Etienne, France Clinical Trials

A listing of St. Etienne, France clinical trials actively recruiting patients volunteers.

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Found (322) clinical trials

Comparison of 2 Strategies of Adjustment of Mechanical Ventilation in Patients With Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome

Most patients suffering from acute lung injury or acute respiratory distress syndrome require mechanical ventilation. In this setting, positive end-expiratory pressure is used to improve arterial oxygenation. While the beneficial effect on clinical outcome of using low tidal volume is clearly proven, the best way to titrate PEEP is not ...

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Arrhythmia Restart Prevention and RatE STabilization in Atrial Fibrillation

Due to anti-arrhythmic pharmacological drugs failure to suppress atrial fibrillation (AF), interest towards preventive pacing treatments is increasing. The importance of this option in the panoply of the preventive tools is fully justified, only by considering the insufficiency, the complexity, or the poor reproducibility of the other non-pharmaceutical approaches. Preventive ...

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Genome Study in Constitutional Thinness

Constitutional thinness (CT) is a recently defined entity as a differential diagnosis of anorexia nervosa (AN), considered to be the most frequent cause of low body mass index (BMI) in young women. CT subjects present no AN psychiatric traits, preserved menses, no biological signs of undernutrition and balanced energy metabolism ...

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Evaluation of Brain Opioid Receptor Activity in Anorexia Nervosa : a PET [11C]Diprenorphine Study

The place of opioid system in anorexia nervosa (AN) physiopathology is still unclear. Conflicting results were published on cerebral spinal fluid or peripheral levels in anorexia nervosa. However, no data have been reported on opioid cerebral activity. Diprenorphine is a ligand with non-selective binding to opiate receptors , and capable ...

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Six Years of Follow-up After Idiopathic Venous Throbmoembolism

Beyond the first 6 months of anticoagulation, patients with a first episode of unprovoked venous thromboembolism have a high risk of recurrence after stopping anticoagulations (about 10% at one year and 30% at 5 years). Extending anticoagulant therapy for an additional 18 months is associated with a major reduction of ...

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Quality of Sleep of Patients With Predominant Central Sleep Apnea Syndrome(SAS) Whose EF > 45% Treated by ASV

The main goal of this French multicenter observational cohort study is to prospectively collect data assessing the impact of the Adaptative Servo-Ventilation treatment on the quality of sleep of patients with central or combined sleep apnea syndrome (SAS) out of Heart Failure (HF) with altered ejection fraction, with a predominant ...

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Complex Regional Pain Syndrome in Children: Impact of Berg s Relaxation on the Autonomic Balance

The hypothesis in this study is that the sympathovagal balance could be altered in children with CRPS. But the impact of relaxation on pain and balance has been proven. This study aims to assess the impact of the assumption by the relaxation therapy in children suffering from CRPS, on sympathovagal ...

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Preoperative Anxiety and Relaxation: Effects on the Autonomous Nervous System

It is monocentric, prospective and interventional study. This study will be proposed at the patients who will have an orthopedic surgery in full hospitalization. These patients are anxious because of surgery too. The day before surgery anesthetist save heart rate variability and value of the partial pressure of carbon dioxide ...

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Detection of Arousal With Facial Micro-expression in Severe Brain-damaged Patient

Severe brain injuries lead to disorders of consciousness after coma. During this awakening period, detection of arousal is critical to the adaptation of medical strategy, but global paralysis, including facial expression, make the clinical assessment very difficult. Emotional facial expressions are a significant part of this clinical assessment. They are ...

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Perception of Baby's Painful Cry in fMRI

Crying is the primary signaling strategy available to the human newborn for eliciting parental care. Yet, the investigators only have superficial understanding of the information carried by cries, and how this information is perceived by parents. Using modern tools of sound processing and functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) experiment, this ...

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